DM Immigration Consultants Bridging the Gap Between Immigrants and the Migration Process

If someone has never felt at home in their own country, perhaps their home is waiting for them somewhere else. Over 272 million people migrated in 2019, and that number came to a halting stop in 2020 due to the pandemic, but that hasn't stopped people from applying. The leading immigration professionals at DM Immigration Consultants have helped countless applicants move to their true homes and are happy to continue serving those that require their services in a professional and efficient way.

Australia is a popular migrant choice, which comes as no surprise. Melbourne has continued to be awarded the most livable city by Global Finance magazine, for six years running. Aside from that, they also have the lowest population densities in the world, making them an ideal country for migration. In spite of their seemingly accommodating country, Australia is rather staunch on their migration policies, especially in light of the coronavirus pandemic.

Whether a person applies for an Australian visa in Dubai or any other country, there are strict regulations that they need to adhere to, and DM Immigration Consultants can bridge that gap by providing professional services to their clients and offer them the best advice with many years of experience under their belt.

Having branched out into the Middle East and India, and having been very successful there, DM Immigration Consultants are currently focusing on Dubai, as there is a large potential in the UAE for Australian immigration. 

The company is registered and bound by the Migration Agents Code of Conduct, which means that they have high levels of knowledge, specializing in migration law and the relevant processes and documentation needed in order to get that pass. If someone ever wondered if going through an agent would increase their chances of having their visa accepted, the answer is a resounding yes. While that might be their biggest selling point, having an agent will also mitigate any risks involved with moving countries.

The latest legislation on Australian migration will be revised in January to reflect the effects of the pandemic on the current migration status. Since everything has been put to a halt, the migration office will open along with the Skilled visa nomination programs. There will also be certain changes to the Australian partner visa. To sum it up, Minister Tudge announced that the comprehension of English will be held to an even higher standard, especially for those on partner visas, claiming that with English as the national language, it "is critical to getting a job, fully participating in our democracy and for social cohesion." 

Biosecurity laws will also face major overhauls and might cause visas to be canceled upon breaching of these laws. These changes will come into effect in late 2021, and DM Immigration Consultants urges anyone who is planning to migrate to apply for migration as soon as possible.

Source: DM Consultants